THE SECRET BEHIND WORLD CLASS FISHING ON PICKWICK LAKE—"THE CATFISH CAPITAL OF THE WORLD"
Part of the 234-mile-long waterway connecting to the Gulf of Mexico, this Pickwick Lake meets the Tombigbee Waterway, Mobile Bay, and Tennessee River. As one of the few lakes in Tennessee with little fluctuation throughout the year and one of the best year-round boating opportunities with world-class fishing, the minimum water elevation for the reservoir in the winter is 408 feet and typical summer operating range is 413. As a result, The Preserve at Pickwick Lake is a major vacation spot and magnet for recreational boaters and anglers.
Pickwick Lake is annually recognized as Bassmaster Top 100 bass lakes in the United States with largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass plentiful species inhabiting the lake. Other fish species include catfish, crappie, walleye, bluegill, sunfish, warmouth, striped bass, white bass, sunfish, paddlefish, and sauger.
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